IMIS | Flanders Marine Institute
 

Flanders Marine Institute

Platform for marine research

IMIS

Publications | Institutes | Persons | Datasets | Projects | Maps
[ report an error in this record ]basket (0): add | show Printer-friendly version

Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions
Coe, J.M.; Rogers, D.B. (Ed.) (1997). Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management. Springer-Verlag: New York. ISBN 0-387-94759-0. XXXV, 432, 108 ill. pp.
Part of: Alexander, D.E. Springer Series on Environmental Management. Springer-Verlag: New York; Heidelberg; Berlin. ISSN 0172-6161, more

Available in  Authors 
    VLIZ: Environmental Management EQC.10 [63242]

Keywords
    Debris flow; Marine environment; Marine pollution; Pollution control; Marine

Authors  Top 
  • Coe, J.M., editor
  • Rogers, D.B., editor

Content
  • Golik, A. (1997). Debris in the Mediterranean Sea: types, quantities, and behavior, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 7-14, more
  • Matsumura, S.; Nasu, K. (1997). Distribution of floating debris in the north Pacific Ocean: sighting surveys 1986-1991, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 15-24, more
  • Coe, J.M.; Andersson, S.; Rogers, D.B. (1997). Marine debris in the Caribbean region, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 25-33, more
  • Ribic, C.A.; Johnson, S.W.; Cole, Ch.A. (1997). Distribution, type, accumulation, and source of marine debris in the United States, 1989-93, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 35-47, more
  • Gregory, M.R.; Ryan, P.G. (1997). Pelagic plastics and other seaborne persistent synthetic debris: a review of Southern Hemisphere perspectives, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 49-66, more
  • Robards, M.D.; Gould, P.J.; Piatt, J.F. (1997). The highest global concentrations and increased abundance of oceanic plastic debris in the north Pacific: evidence from seabirds, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 71-80, more
  • Winston, J.E.; Gregory, M.R.; Stevens, L.M. (1997). Encrusters, epibionts and other biota associated with pelagic plastics: a review of biogeographical, environmental, and conservation issues, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 81-97, more
  • Laist, D.W. (1997). Impacts of marine debris: entanglement of marine life in marine debris including a comprehensive list of species with entanglement and ingestion records, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 99-139, more
  • Carr, H.A.; Harris, J. (1997). Ghost-fishing gear: have fishing practices during the past few years reduced the impact?, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 141-151, more
  • Sutinen, J.G. (1997). A socioeconomic theory for controlling marine debris: is moral suasion a reliable policy tool?, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 161-170, more
  • Kirkley, J.; McConnell, K.E. (1997). Marine debris: benefits, costs, and choices, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 171-185, more
  • Smith, V.K.; Zhang, X.; Palmquist, R.B. (1997). The economic value of controlling marine debris, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 187-202, more
  • Laska, S. (1997). A comprehensive waste management model for marine debris, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 203-211, more
  • Barnett, F.G. (1997). Shipping and marine debris in the Wider Caribbean: answering a difficult challenge, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 219-227, more
  • Wade, B.A. (1997). The challenges of ship-generated garbage in the Caribbean, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 229-237, more
  • Ninaber, E. (1997). MARPOL Annex V, commercial ships, and port reception facilities: making it work, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 239-243, more
  • Hollin, D.; Shaw, D.F. (1997). Comparison of port reception facilities of MARPOL Annex V Garbage in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico and the United Kingdom, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 245-249, more
  • Topping, P.; Morantz, D.; Lang, G. (1997). Waste disposal practices of fishing vessels: Canada's east coast, 1990-1991, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 253-262, more
  • Koss, L.J. (1997). Dealing with ship-generated plastics waste on U.S. Navy surface ships, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 263-270, more
  • Ellis, J.R.; Podlich, M. (1997). Recreational boaters and marine debris: how we can effectively reduce littering, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 271-276, more
  • Wallace, B. (1997). A strategy to reduce, control, and minimize vessel-source marine debris, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 277-286, more
  • Nollkaemper, A. (1997). Legal regulation of upland discharges of marine debris: from local to global controls and back, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 293-305, more
  • Trulli, W.R.; Kropp, R.K.; Trulli, H.K.; Redford, D.P. (1997). Comparison of the results of two EPA marine debris studies, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 307-325, more
  • Swanson, R.L.; Bortman, M.L. (1997). New York and New Jersey beaches: "It was a very good year", in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 327-334, more
  • Redford, D.P.; Trulli, H.K.; Trulli, W.R. (1997). Sources of plastic pellets in the aquatic environment, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 335-343, more
  • Molinari, P.J. (1997). Implementation and assessment of a Floatables Action Plan for New York-New Jersey harbor complex, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 345-350, more
  • Durrum, E. (1997). The control of floating debris in an urban river, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 351-358, more
  • Liffmann, M.; Boogaerts, L. (1997). Linkages between land-based sources of pollution and marine debris, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 359-366, more
  • Chaparro, R.; Vélez, J. (1997). Upland sources of marine debris on the shorelines of Puerto Rico, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 367-370, more
  • Singh, J.G.; Xavier, B. (1997). Land-based sources of marine debris and contamination of the coastal areas of the Caribbean Islands of St. Lucas, Dominica, and the British Virgin Islands, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 371-380, more
  • Liffmann, M.; Howard, B.; O'Hara, K.; Coe, J.M. (1997). Strategies to reduce, control, and minimize land-source marine debris, in: Coe, J.M. et al. (Ed.) Marine debris: sources, impacts, and solutions. Springer Series on Environmental Management, : pp. 381-390, more

Abstract
    Marine debris is a global pollution problem affecting marine life, maritime commerce and environmental quality. Scientists, policymakers and the public must be knowledgeable about the source, impact and control efforts if effective solutions are to be developed. Marine Debris addresses the origin of persistent solid waste in the ocean, from urban and rural discharges to waste from ships and the recreational use of oceans. The book identifies key issues from biological, technological, economic and legal perspectives, and gives a framework for controlling each of the main sources of marine debris.

All data in IMIS is subject to the VLIZ privacy policy Top | Authors